Wine has been part of the food of the human since antiquity and until today it continues to consume this exquisite beverage from the fermented fruit juice for several years. In some cultures it is common to accompany all kinds of meals with wine, while in others it is consumed sporadically to celebrate some important event.
Whatever the reason for consumption, the truth is that wine is one of the most consumed beverages in the world, so it is common for people to wonder if the wine makes you fat. In order to answer this question, it is necessary to know in the first place the nutritional contributions of the wine and more specifically the caloric content.
Nutritional contribution of wine
The following table shows the nutritional information of a portion of red wine in a portion of 100 grams.
|70,72 Kcal||0,3 g||0,23 g|
As you can see the red wine in this case brings very few calories exactly 85 kilocalories, which if compared to the average calorie that a person needs is to say 2000 kilocalories is practically null.
On the other hand, the wine does not provide saturated fats and at the same time it is almost nil the contribution in question of carbohydrates.
Wine is fattening, yes or no?
The answer to this question is No, because as seen in the nutritional table, the calorie content is very low, to understand better see the case, 100 grams of wine would only contribute 85 kilocalories, this means that a cup of 150 ml could be contributing No m As of 10 kilocalories, which is not a considerable value.
By Otor side the low content of fats and carbohydrates, make the wine a very rich and healthy beverage, however you should not exceed its consumption as it is known is an alcoholic beverage, which can lead to health damage.
Benefits of red wine.
- Helps digestion of proteins, so it is recommended to accompany it with meats and cheeses.
- Controls urinary tract infections. Lowers the risk of kidney stone formation.
- Reduce the risk of hemorrhoids; CounterAct varicose veins.
- Reduces blood pressure and insulin levels in the bloodstream.